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Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (1968)

Doris Day and Patrick O’Neal are husband and wife in this permissive comedy based on a stage play, with Terry-Thomas as a Hungarian stinker.

Waldo Zane (Robert Morse) is a  young man who has been passed over for promotion by the bosses stupid son so he steals the companies dividends just before the famous New York blackout.

Stage star Margaret Garrison (Doris Day) has just left her husband. Her producer, Ladislau (Terry-Thomas) is on the way to his 19th nervous breakdown.

When their destinies collide in the dark, the result is sheer pandemonium.

Margaret Garrison
Doris Day
Peter Garrison
Patrick O’Neal
Waldo Zane
Robert Morse
Ladislaus Walichek
Terry-Thomas
Roberta Lane
Lola Albright
Tru-Blue Lou
Jim Backus
Otis J. Hendershot Jr
Dale Malone
Otis J. Hendershot Sr
Robert Emhardt
Dr Dudley Caldwell
Parley Baer
Marvin Reinholtz
Randy Whipple
Radio Announcer
Steve Allen
Detective Captain
Harry Hickox
Earl Wilson
Earl Wilson

Director
Hy Averback